|Wall Street Loves 'Hillary Meets the Peasants' Listening Tour|
|by Tom McGregor||Tue, Apr 14, 2015, 12:31 am|
Wall Street bankers are 'Loving it,' when it comes to the 'Hillary Meets the Peasants' Listening Tour. They believe it will reduce campaign costs so they can donate less money to her.
According to CNN, "Wall Street is more than ready for Hillary Clinton. The former secretary of state confirmed on Sunday what the political world has expected for months -- eight years after her first failed White House bid, Clinton will once again seek the Democratic Party's nomination for president."
Hillary is quoted as saying that, "I'm hitting the road to earn your vote, because it's your time."
As reported by CNN, "As Clinton sets off onto the campaign trail to reintroduce herself to voters and court donors across the country, Wall Street elites are ready to roll out the red carpet. But while the enthusiastic support from the industry will be a financial boon for Clinton's newly launched campaign, it will also pose a delicate balancing act when it comes to appeasing a vocal wing of her party that is antagonistic toward the banking sector."
Wall Street bankers see their big-time donations as an investment. They expect a return on investment as she enters the White House.
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